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A bowl full of novel ingredients, fewer ingredients or a hypoallergenic recipe may be just what the itchy, uncomfortable pet ordered
Greg Aldrich, PhD
Jun 13, 2013
These ingredients already exist in small amounts in some animal feeds and petfoods, but are they truly serving a functional purpose?
Research is needed in feline patients with LUTS on dietary components.
Fecal calprotectin may be a useful biomarker in dogs with chronic diarrhea, especially dogs with histologic lesions.
Soybean products are good protein sources for both adult and growing dogs, provided they are heat treated before diet extrusion.
A better knowledge of myocardial involvement in disease-affected dogs might beneficially affect morbidity and mortality rates and provide new treatment approaches.
Leading suppliers conduct ongoing research to understand pet palatability and develop innovative products
New findings range from combining good taste for pets with pleasant smells for owners to understanding the biology of how pets experience their food
New ways key palatability companies are conducting and improving testing
Animal Planet offers dog treats as Crunchy Biscuits in a 16-ounce bag and Chewy Treats in a 6-ounce bag.
Southwest Canyon from Taste of the Wild is a petfood formula that features wild boar as an exotic protein source.
Innova Salmon and Herring Formula adult dog food from Natura Pet Products Inc. features species-specific salmon and herring as the first two ingredients, making it rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
Simply Venison from Stella & Chewy’s is a single-protein petfood formula.
Zuke’s launches superfood dog treats and functional cat treats
Nestle Purina dedicated to research, says award winner
Merrick’s Dog Food Revolution features real Texas beef
Human diet inspires sweet potato chews for dogs
High-meat, all-natural dog treats debut at Global Pet Expo
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